1316 AD. Ireland and England’s bitter war rages on.
Richard Savage thought he had left the war in Ireland behind, but arch-enemy Edward Bruce won’t let him just walk away. Savage stole something from him, and there are no depths to which he will not descend to get it back.
To force Savage’s return, Bruce takes what is most dear to him: his daughter Galiene.
Desperate to save her, Savage must voyage back to Ireland – a land devastated by war and decimated by famine.
Carrickfergus castle stands besieged by the Scottish army, the garrison is on its knees, and Scottish invaders ravage the countryside. Soon, Savage’s personal mission becomes entangled with the battles tearing Ireland apart, and he finds himself on a final, desperate raid.
This is his only chance to save his daughter and turn the tide of war in Ireland’s favour – and he’s not going to waste it.